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Hokkaido Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum

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3.9 (286)

8-6 Suehirochō, Hakodate, Hokkaido 040-0053, Japan

Unassuming museum dedicated to historical figure Ryoma Sakamoto, with exhibits & artifacts.

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phone+81 138-24-1115
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Mondays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Tuesdays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Wednesdays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Thursdays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Fridays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturdays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Sundays: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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0ishii_rice 4 months ago

It's small, but I'm very satisfied!! ️!! It was a ️ content. The curator is kind and the exhibits are all wonderful. I think there are more real ones than replicas. (I didn't actually count it, so I don't know how accurate it is) Some people say that the admission fee is high, but if you take a good look at it, you will realize that it is worth the price. I entered the museum out of curiosity because I like history, but I didn't expect it to be such a wonderful museum. This museum is recommended for history buffs (especially those who like the end of the Edo period, swords, and Ryoma)! ! Is this Kochi? I can feel the love for Ryoma so much that I can't help but think ♡

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周子愉 9 months ago

In Hakodate, there is the Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Hall. Sakamoto Ryoma was a Japanese samurai, a shishi and influential figure of the Bakumatsu, and establishment of the Empire of Japan in the late Edo period. I was confused, Sakamoto Ryoma was born in Shikoku and died in Kyoto, what does it have to do with #Hokkaido? I looked up Wikipedia and couldn't find the answer, so I paid 800 yen 💴 to go to the memorial hall to find out. Sakamoto Ryoma's involvement in Hokkaido colonization began in 1864, but he withdrew from the plan due to the impact of the Ikedaya Incident. After establishing Kaientai, he procured the ship "Wild Wave" for the journey, which tragically sank, taking 12 lives. His subsequent attempts with "Iroha-maru" and "Daigyokumaru" also failed due to unfortunate accidents and payment issues. This series of setbacks ended with Ryoma's assassination, leaving his dream of Hokkaido colonization unfulfilled. Despite these hardships, he retained his passion for Hokkaido's development till his last moments, as revealed in his letters.

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東北グルメ a year ago

There is a Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum in Hakodate. This is the first time I learned about it! Ryoma Sakamoto was a pioneer of Hokkaido. You had big dreams! I fell under the knife and couldn't fulfill my dream. I am in Hokkaido It seems like I couldn't go. However, relatives and descendants I didn't know that he was succeeding in his dream of developing Hokkaido! Ryoma Sakamoto's big dream This is a memorial hall where you can reflect on your thoughts. There are materials and exhibits, Taking photos was prohibited inside. For Sakamoto Ryoma lovers I think it's a spot you can't miss.

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田中まさるヒューマンチャンネル 2 years ago

I didn't know that Ryoma Sakamoto was also trying to develop Hokkaido. I'm glad that my historical background deepened through my travels. This is also necessary in this era of ``washing Japan once again.'' Even though I'm an inexperienced person, I hope I can be of some help. Starting from 10,000 yen A journey across Japan with the cherry blossom front

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Rapiister 5 years ago

Don't bother. This is clearly for locals only. Everything is in Japanese.